On the list of questions titled "Cars we don't get in Australia", followed by answers beginning with "Why the hell not?", the Infiniti G37?and it's Japanese market 4-door cousin the Nissan V36 Skyline?are two shining examples of the fact that despite the aesthetically-challenged and loyalty-stretching Nissans offered in the Australian market, Renault's geishas can still create some tasty kit when the opportunity presents itself.
Today comes the news from Nissan in the US that the Infiniti G37's interior will now see the sky a little more clearly, with a convertible version expected to arrive in 2012. Considering the car will be about six years old at that point, they're perhaps pushing the limits of this model's appeal a bit, but what the hey.
Nissan Australia; we know The Motor Report is the first thing you read as soon as you get in to work. Please, we're all Nissan fans here. Can you not just take a leap of faith and give us the G37? it'd sure give the aging and poorly styled SC430 a run for its money.